1. Clinton White House continued to position himself as a centrist, stating in early 1996 that "the era of Big Government is over.
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2. Clinton White House's handling of the budget and the Bosnian War improved his approval ratings, and his own polling showed him consistently leading Republican challengers throughout 1996.
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5. Clinton White House maintained the economic sanctions and the no-fly zones imposed on Iraq in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War.
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8. Clinton White House believed that NATO would provide a stabilizing influence on these countries.
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24. Clinton White House inherited major budget deficits left over from the Reagan and Bush administrations; fiscal year 1992 had seen a $290 billion deficit.
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29. Clinton White House convinced Lloyd Bentsen, a longtime Senator from Texas and the 1988 Democratic vice presidential nominee, to serve as his first Secretary of the Treasury.
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31. Clinton White House pursued closer trade relations with several countries, most notably China.
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